Camas Swale Farm
Camas Swale Farm is a small family run organic vegetable farm dedicated to growing high quality produce, satisfied customers, and sustainable land stewardship. The farm is grounded in 16 acres of river bottom land two miles north of Coburg, Oregon. Husband and wife team Jonah and Amber along with a small experienced crew grow vegetables, herbs, berries and some flowers for our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, wholesale and farmer’s market.
Circle h Farm
Circle h Farm is a family-owned and -operated organic farm located on Lost Creek, near Dexter, in the Southern Willamette Valley. Run by a brother and sister team, the Circle h name comes from our great-grandparents who owned the land the farm is on. They used a circle h brand on their cattle. We are privileged to be one of the passing generations to enjoy this beautiful land. 2020 is the 12th year selling vegetables, fruits, and herbs through our CSA, farmers markets, and wholesale accounts. One of our greatest pleasures is providing satisfying, healthy work in a rural community.
Deck Family Farm
Deck Family Farm is a 320-acre organic farm in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. We sell our beef, lamb, pork, and chicken raised on pastures rich in grass, herbs, and clover, providing a natural habitat that mimics what their wild ancestors lived in.
Equiano Coffee is a dynamic, family-owned company located in the heart of the Pacific Northwest. Equiano specializes in sourcing and roasting some of the finest specialty coffees from Colombia, Brazil, Guatemala, Viet Nam, and beyond. As a competitive coffee roaster, Okon has placed second in Pacific Northwest regional roasting competition and sixth place in national competition here in the U.S. He has also spent time in Colombia working small coffee farms and building relationships with specialty coffee producers there and other countries such as Brazil, Viet Nam, Guatemala, and the Congo (DRC).
Fair Valley Farm
Fair Valley Farm is a multi-species, pasture-based farm located in the beautiful Willamette Valley just west of Eugene, OR. We raise pastured poultry and pork, and grass-fed beef and lamb. We are committed to raising food that is a fairer choice – for the mind, body and soil.
Fog Hollow Farm
Located half way between Eugene and Florence, near the town of Walton OR, our 7-acre farm serves communities from the Willamette Valley to the coast. Our products include pasture-raised chicken, duck, lamb and eggs. We value sustainable, humane animal husbandry.
Formosa Flower Farm
Formosa Flower Farm is a small scale sustainably grown farm in Eugene Oregon providing fresh, locally grown flowers to the community through a flower bouquet csa, pop-up markets, weddings, events, and more.
Humble Bee Honey
An Oregon family business that is passionate about the long term health and survival of the honey bee. Since 2010, our honey has been 100% produced by our bees in the Southern Willamette Valley. We use organic, sustainable practices in caring for our bees. We guarantee its quality, origin and the welfare of the bees that worked hard to produce it.
We offer organic, high-quality, nutritious foods grown as locally and sustainably as possible. We take great care and pride in creating long-term, mutually beneficial relationships. Like the Hummingbird, we seek to sip the nectar of the Earth without harming the flower.
Little Wings Farm
Little Wings Farm is a 10 acre farm located along the mighty Willamette River. With red tailed hawks overhead and beautiful river loam soil beneath, the farm is a perfect place to grow vibrant healthy food while utilizing the awesome benefits of natural habitat nearby. We grow a variety of fruits, berries, vegetables and cut flowers which are all hand harvested. While growing fresh and delicious produce and flowers is our top priority, we seek to build healthy soil by using minimum tillage and cover crops. We address pest issues by dedicating large areas of our farm to flowering habitat for beneficial insects like hover flys that eat aphids. And while this is rare, we resist the use of wasteful, single-use plastics in our production of crops.
Lonesome Whistle Farm
Lonesome Whistle has been farming in Junction City, Oregon since 2003. We currently grow, harvest, seed clean, mill, and process a variety of heritage grains, and are loving every minute of it! We are committed to organic grain farming, responsible land management, and to provide our community with healthy, and nutritious staple foods. We see ourselves as part of the local food movement, and work to provide greater food security to our community. For us, we work to realize these goals through growing a diverse variety of staple food crops, saving our own seeds, and offering our grains, flours, and value-added products.
We are small acreage, organic-certified producers with a focus on quality, resiliency, and biodiversity. We grow salad mix, herbs, specialty greens, vegetables and fruit. We dry farm some crops, including tomatoes, dry beans, and apples, which improves flavor and conserves resources. We consider ourselves good neighbors to the wild woods around the farm by protecting wetlands and planting hardwoods like oaks and chestnuts. We grow seed crops, stewarding open-source varieties that contribute to a resilient food system. Our practices include cover cropping, conservation tillage and waste reduction.
My Brother's Farm
My Brothers’ Farm stewards 320 acres of the Southern Willamette Valley. We are in the process of transitioning the farm from annual grass seed production to a diversified orchard, ranch and riparian forest. We grow with an eye toward building soil health, biodiversity, water quality, and strengthening our community.
Noisette Pastry Kitchen
Here at Noisette Pastry Kitchen we are committed to infusing high-quality local ingredients with old world techniques and culinary artistry. Our methodology is about more than just excellence; it is rooted in innovation through tradition, the belief that blending disparate techniques and local ingredients can create novel food experiences. Using methods and recipes from around the world, past and present, we blend centuries of knowledge and put them on your plate. Noisette Pastry Kitchen aims to be a nexus for food innovation and community in Eugene, connecting local farmers and producers with eager consumers through food experiences— the savory, the sweet, the eclectic and the surprisingly familiar.
Port Orford Sustainable Seafood
Delivering wild, line-caught seafood direct from Port Orford to fish-loving communities throughout Western Oregon.
Our goal has always been to serve excellent coffee, roast it fresh and give our customers the service they deserve. Cafeto was one of the pioneers in the specialty coffee scene in the area, and a leader in the movement for organically grown and socially responsible coffee. The company also established some of the initial Fair Trade and Organic certified contracts.
Spoiled Rotten Vinegar
Small batch vinegar made with organic ingredients. Fermented in the Orleans Method and bottled raw in Junction City, Oregon.
Sweet Leaf Farm
Located near the confluence of the Mckenzie and Willamette River in the southern end of Oregon’s fertile Willamette Valley, Sweet Leaf has been nourishing the Eugene and Portland communities for 21 years, cultivating about 15-20 acres of organic veggies, fruits and hemp annually. https://www.sweetleaforganicfarm.com
The Mushroomery is a family-owned, certified organic farm that grows gourmet and medicinal mushrooms in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. We use biodynamic farming practices and purchase growing mediums from local farmers. The health of people and the earth are our first priority and that is why we started our farm. Also, we love mushrooms! https://www.themushroomery.net
Winter Green Farm
Winter Green Farm is a pioneer in holistic farming, certified organic at the first opportunity—thirty seven years ago, in 1984. Our organic and biodynamic practices allow us to grow healthy food while nurturing the vitality of the land. The six Winter Green farmer-owners have a combined agricultural experience of over 150 years farming this land. http://www.wintergreenfarm.com
Our farm is now the largest rabbit farm in the Pacific Northwest region and beyond, and the only USDA-approved rabbit sausage and bratwurst producer in the United States. Our rabbits are fed only all-natural alfalfa grass and alfalfa pellets, with no added chemicals or hormones. https://www.wagonhoffermeats.com